Office: 01603 721794
Mobile: 07810 387840

Ferry Farm Livery Yard,
Ferry Road, Woodbastwick,
Norwich, Norfolk,
NR13 6HN

BHS Approved Livery Yard

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British Dressage Affiliated events

Spring 2017

For a fourth year running Ferry Farm is hosting British Dressage Affiliated events from April to Sept, see BD website for details.

Unaffiliated dressage and Affiliated dressage from April to Sept. Dates on our website and www.ridingdiary.co.uk/.

Ferry Farm Riding Club

The 2017 season gets underway on Saturday 15th April with Ferry Farm’s Unaffiliated Dressage and BD Quest Club competition, followed on Sunday 17th April with BD Affiliated Dressage and continued Unaffiliated Dressage.

Dressage

This will be run in the outdoor arena that is surfaced with the Olympic standard TurfFloat™. It will be judged by qualified judges.

Unaffiliated Dressage

Rosettes will be awarded to sixth place with juniors and seniors placed separately, where there are 10 or more entrants in each section. If there are less than 10 entrants’ rosettes will be at secretaries’ discretion.

Members of the riding club will accumulate points, when placed, throughout the season for the perpetual challenge trophies which are awarded at the first show of each season for the previous year.

Click for Dressage information and the Unaffiliated Dressage entry form.

British Dressage Affiliated Dressage

In 2017, we will continue to host British Dressage Affiliated Dressage competitions.

Schedule details are available from the BD website and this website.

British Dressage Quest Club

In 2017, we will be hosting BD Quest Club competitions. Schedule details are available from the BD website (look for Quest Club @ Ferry Farm) and below.

15th April

20th May

17th June

15th July

19th August

  MQ1 TQ2 MQ3 TQ4 MQ5 TQ6
15/4/17 IB
(09)
IC
(16)
P7
(02)
P2
(16)
N28
(08)
N27
(07)
20/5/17 IC
(16)
IA
(08)
P1
(06)
P18
(02)
N24
(10)
N30
(06)
17/6/17 IA
(08)
IB
(09)
P12
(05)
P14
(06)
N34
(09)
N24
(10)
15/7/17 IB
(09)
IC
(16)
P18
(02)
P1
(06)
N27
(07)
N28
(08)
19/8/17 IC
(16)
IA
(08)
P2
(16)
P7
(02)
N24
(10)
N34
(09)

Entry

Team Quest entry form [BD website]

My Quest entry form [BD website]

Combined Quest entry form [BD website] - for those of you giving them both a go!

  • Entry fee: £16.00 per class
  • Late entry fee: £2.00 extra per class
  • Caller: £1.00 per test is charged
  • Entries close 14 days prior to each event

All Classes split into BYRDS and OPEN

  • TQ rosettes 1 st – 4 th for each team member, 4 max per section.
  • MQ rosettes 1 st – 6 th or as per BD rule book depending on entries.

Cheques payable to ‘FFRC’. Full rules and guidance available from 2017 rule book [BD website].

Click for Quest Club dressage information.

Collection Times

Times can be collected from our website from the Thursday prior to competition or via telephone number 01603 721794 on the Thursday evening between 7pm and 8.30pm.

 

Janet Barton (Physiotherapist) "Check & Treat"

"Check & Treat" looks at both horse and rider to identify and if necessary treat any areas that might be causing problems.

First, there will be an assessment by Janet to establish whether there are any problems (muscular- or skeletal-based) which might benefit from treatment. Second, if required, treatment of horse and/or rider by Janet (this element not always necessary).

For more details, or to book your place, please contact Violet Hill on 01603 721794 or use our contact form.

More about Janet Barton, ACPAT Category A Equine and Human Physiotherapist

Janet is a fully qualified veterinary physiotherapist, having undergone 9 years of study to achieve her status starting with GCSEs, A Levels, then a degree in human physic, followed by 2 years of clinical work. This study built the foundations for the animal studies, which then took an additional 2 years.

She has extensive experience working with horses, having competed since the age of eleven, achieving Senior Nations Cup status, and has trained riders of all ages and levels. These skills have left her well placed to not only understand the physiotherapy needs of the horse and rider, but also the stresses and strains which occur in competition, whether physical or psychological.